Campbell County Sheriff Mike Jansen (center) chairs his first meeting in Frankfort as president of the Kentucky Sheriffs’ Association (KSA). Joining him are KSA Director Jerry Wagner (left) and Kenton County Sheriff Chuck Korzenborn.
The Campbell County Sheriff Office will be open regular hours at our Newport location to allow for one final day to pay your property taxes in person. You will still be able to pay on-line through December the 31st.
January 1st, 2023 you will need to pay the January amount listed on your bill. There is a strict and limited list of legal reasons that you can pay this bill at the earlier amount, but most often people do not fit within any of the legally allowable parameters when this is attempted.
Campbell County Property Tax Bills will be available for payment November 1st, 2022 in our offices, by mail, any Campbell County Heritage Bank location or on-line via our website. Go to the Tax Information Tab on our website for all tax information. The month of November provides a 2% discount for payment within this month and ends December 1st.
OUR NEWPORT OFFICE WILL BE OPEN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1st, FOR TAXES.
Sheriff Mike Jansen recently spoke to the 2022 Campbell County Citizens’ Academy Program participants about the duties and functions of the Sheriff’s Office. CCCA is a nine-week program designed to improve civic education and increase citizen engagement in the workings of county government.
May 31st, 2022, Deputy Les Caudill retired from a long career in law enforcement. Les was a fixture in many court rooms with his final time spent mostly with Judge Dan Zalla. Scroll down to see the images and check out the video of Judge Zalla’s proclamation which sums it up best.
Follow the link below for the detailed story. Photos of our honored deputies are below.
Not pictured are Lieutenant Nick Chaplin, Deputy Dean Windgassen and Deputy Craig Stephens.
Due to the inclement weather, all offices, including the Sheriff’s Office, in the Campbell County Fiscal Court Buildings (Newport and Alexandria) and the main Courthouse at 330 York Street will be closed on Thursday, 2/3/2022 and Friday 2/4/2022.
It is that time of year again when the members of Campbell County FOP 10 come together to help children in Campbell County have a great Christmas. This FOP event, Cops and Kids, is in its 27th year and continues to grow as it serves the children who live in the cities our officers serve. We are proud to be a part of this great program.
|Location:||Campbell County Fire Training Center 10 Training Center Drive, Highland Heights, KY|
|Date:||December 13th till further notice|
|Time:||December 13th 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM December 14th thru December 16th 10:0 AM till 8:00 PM|
NEEDED DISASTER SUPPLIES
Bottled Water In cases (no lose bottles please).
New Blankets & Pillows (still in packaging)– Natural disasters always end up in destroying homes and properties. By donating blankets & pillows, you can reduce the sorrows of victims and can provide them with the much-needed comfort.
Toiletries – Toilet paper, paper towels, diapers, cleaning supplies are the basic hygiene items needed at the time of disaster emergencies. You can donate unscented rolls of toilet paper in large & small quantities for the help of disaster-affected victims.
First-aid items – Accidents and wounds are very common at the time of disaster. People often get injuries while trying to rescue each other. Donating first-aid items like ointments, medicated wipes, band-aids, ace bandages, will help the affected ones in caring for their wounds and cuts.
New Underwear & Socks (still in packaging)– When it comes to clothing, Underwear & Socks don’t have a second life. Consider donating large packs of new underwear & socks to help out those in the disaster area.
Cleaning supplies – Paper towels, mops, buckets, disinfectant cleaners
Dental essentials – Dental kits and bath essentials. You can help the needy ones by donating toothbrushes, toothpaste, conditioners, shampoos, and deodorants.
NOTE:USED CLOTHING AND FUNITURE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED